Posts tagged with ‘Poetry by me’

  • Storm poem by Polly Castor

    New Poem: Storm Sounds

    By on February 25, 2016

    This thunderstorm sounds like the surf...

  • Poem by Polly Castor, An Old Soul

    New Poem: An Old Soul

    By on February 13, 2016

    Happy birthday, my plucky youngest child!

  • family tree poem

    New Poem: Family Tree

    By on January 17, 2016

    I muse that being apart is part of being together.

  • New Poem: Advent a Puzzle of Waiting

    By on December 13, 2015

    As we humbly linger in the vigil of Advent, the whole world holds its breath.

  • Awesome Sunset poem by Polly Castor

    New Poem: Awesome Sunset

    By on December 4, 2015

    A lot of us around here saw this awesome sunset. I know because we were all talking about it.

  • The beauty of poison ivy, poem by Polly Castor, poison ivy photos

    New Poem: The Beauty of Poison Ivy

    By on October 25, 2015

    Why does this stuff exist? It is such an irritant.

  • unplug it poem

    New Poem: Unplug it

    By on October 4, 2015

    Unplug, unplug, unplug that devious, subtle, concealed, and sometime overheated projector of lies.

  • Poem 2+2=4, Poem Two Plus Two Equals Four, Polly Castor Poetry

    New Poem: 2+2=4

    By on September 9, 2015

    Consider two plus two equals four In the farthest reaches of the universe In every language, for every race and species For...

  • Haiku about Canada

    Haiku Across Canada

    By on August 21, 2015

    I wrote these haiku while driving across Canada:

  • sacramental moment

    Short New Poem: Sacramental Moment

    By on July 27, 2015

    I am brimming with awe and gratitude for reciprocal connection experienced and realized this communion Sunday.

  • New Poem: At My Niece’s Graduation Party

    By on June 22, 2015

    This is a poem about my niece's graduation party, the joy of chasing fireflies, and the fleeting transitions of...

  • new leaf poem, Polly Castor poetry, spring leaf photos

    New Poem: Turning Over a New Leaf (with Photos)

    By on May 2, 2015

    Catkins emerge so tenderly with such a meek beginning as a foreshadowed precursor in vibrancy and joy...